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authority here in new york. it reads in part "the new york city subway system is 108 years old, but it has never faced a disaster as devastating as what we experienced last night. we are we are assessing the extent of the damage and beginning the process of recovery." now, what we heard earlier at least 14 hours to 4 days before they could start thinking about getting some things back online in the subway system which serves 5 million plus people a day. good morning, i'm chris jansing, you are watching msnbc's continuing coverage of superstorm sandy. we'll be live throughout the night and have reporters all across the region and msnbc meteorologist bill karins is on hand with us in new york. a quarter of a million of people without power are right here on the island of manhattan. and an emergency plan -- an emergency developed at new york university hospital on the east side of the city when that facility lost power forcing the evacuation of hundreds of patients just as the storm was at its most severe. rehema ellis is there covering it for the last several hours. what's the la
in new york city had reached 60 miles per hour already and were expected to climb throughout the night and into tomorrow. this is going to last. already it's caused massive damage. in atlantic city, part of the famous boardwalk has washed away. and a large part of the city was under water late today. along the shore in maryland and delaware, communities are dealing with wide scale flooding, with parts of ocean city, maryland, and rehoboth beach, delaware, already underwater. in manhattan police closed off streets around a building where a crane collapsed and remains dangling there, and trains, subways and other public transportation systems have been suspended in cities from boston down to washington, d.c. nearly 14,000 flights have been grounded. >>> we begin our coverage with nbc in rehoboth beach. thank you for joining us. give us an update on what's happening where you're standing. i think you're in the water right there. >> reporter: yeah. this is actually the atlantic ocean, and, chris, you know this area probably very well. this is a popular destination for a lot of d.c. folks.
. in atlantic city, part of the boardwalk is gone that we all grew up with. widespread flooding with parts of ocean city, maryland, and delaware is under water. midtown, manhattan, police closed off streets where a crane collapsed and remains dangling. more than 1.6 million homes are without power and trains, subways, and other transportation systems have been suspended. nearly 14,000 flights have been grounded. we begin our coverage tonight with nbc's tan truong. what's been developing along the water? >> reporter: well, the water is rising as high tide will hit around 8:00 and that's going to be the true test for rehoboth beach. in the hours going from 8:00 p.m. here throughout the evening and into midnight and well past midnight, he's worried that as the tide starts to increase and we get more of the winds coming off shore, it's going to push the water that you've seen behind me inland and up around this board lock and this is the same concern that you'll hear along coastal delaware. right now they have 6600 -- that's the latest count, 6600 power outages. so far, though, the good news i
. governor rendell, i know you're an ocean city guy, 34th street, you've been down there, you're well known in that community. i don't know what it meant to you, but my brother filled me in today. the boardwalk is gone down there, all that historic stuff down there. just gone. all the way down to the south everything's flooded. it's amazing how much damage. but luckily, i think it's wonderful the way your former colleague, actually, governor christie said today, not much loss of life. this is all about stuff that can be replaced. >> and he's right. it can be replaced if we understand that government has a role in our lives. government has to be the key factor in helping that effort, that recovery effort. >> let's talk about that effort. let me go to david corn. it seems to me that fema, there was a judgment made way back when in the '70s that government needs to be united. one focus by one man or woman, this guy, fugate's got to be good. you need like a baseball team, you need a manager, somebody to call the shots. >> and we see with more extreme weather happening in the last few years, it'
their foundation and left parts of the coast under water. new york city also dealing with devastating floods. the subway remains closed after damage to the system was called the worst in its 108-year history. meanwhile, massive fire in a beachfront neighborhood in queens, new york, destroyed nearly 100 homes overnight and into the morning. firefighters have been blocked from getting to the fire due to the high floodwaters. and as we told you yesterday, a construction crane that collapsed due to high winds remain dang top a 74-floor luxury high rise, thousands were ordered to leave nearby buildings. nearly 8 million homes are still without power today across 20 states. the worst of it is in new york, new jersey and pennsylvania. right now i want to bring in dillon dryer. thank you for joining us. just run through a brief outline of what's going on. give us a sense of the depth and the duration of what we're facing here to clean up and face this catastrophe. >> unfortunately, the duration is going to be the big story because the storm's not over yet. even though conditions are getting better,
york city is also dealing with devastating floods. the subway remains closed after damage to the system was called the worst in its 108-year history. look at it there. meanwhile, massive fire at a beach front neighborhood in queens, new york, destroyed nearly 100 homes overnight and into the morning. firefighters were blocked from getting to the fire due to high floodwaters. a construction crane remaining dangling there. you see it atop 74-floor luxury high rise. thousands were ordered to leave nearby buildings. more than 8 million homes are still without power today in the country across 20 states. the worst of it is in new york, new jersey, and pennsylvania. i want to bring in dylan drier. thank you for joining us. run through sort of a brief outline of what's going on. give us a sense of the depth and the duration of what we're facing here, the cleanup and face this catastrophe. >> chris, unfortunately, the duration is going to be the big story because the storm is not over yet. even though conditions are getting better i'd say just because the winds are calming a little bit and the
have to focus on the new york city area for tonight's high tide. it won't be as bad as this morning's high tide and especially not as bad as last night's high tide, but those winds still coming in out of the south, and it's still going to produce a minimal storm surge that could create some flooding. also, we're seeing those wind gusts still in the city up to around 30 miles per hour. my biggest concern for tonight is with all those eastern cities without power, all the neighborhoods without power, temperatures tonight in the new jersey, new york, pennsylvania area will get down into the 30s tonight. so it's going to start getting a little bit exhausting for all the people without power who have the cleanup to do and then deal with the cold nights on top of it. so it is going to be a major concern i think for several days moving into this weekend and the weekend, too. >> devastating report there. thank you, dylan dreyer. now i'm joined by nbc news political director chuck todd and editorial director for "the huffington post" howard fineman. he's also an msnbc analyst. chuck, i want
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the most money on tv ads. and this week four of the top five cities are in wisconsin or ohio. number five, madison, wisconsin. number four, columbus, ohio. third, cincinnati, ohio. number two, denver, colorado. and the top ad this week, green bay, wisconsin, again. so the battle is mostly in the midwest. for the first time there are no cities in virginia or florida in the top ten. at least not for now. whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios we might still be making mix tapes. find this. pause this. play this. eject this. write this. it's like the days before esurance express lane™. you had to find a bunch of documents just to get a car insurance quote. now express lane finds your driving info with just one click, saving time to be nostalgic about the days before express lane. thank you, insurance for the modern world. esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. >>> i had, i don't know, 20-something jobs before i got elected president, but this is
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.e.a.l. that was killed with him, that they were in a different place, they were about a mile away in an annex in the city, when they heard the consulate was under attack. they went to the attack. they didn't hunker down and hide themselves. no they went there. that's what americans do. when there's a challenge, when there's a threat, we go there. >> i don't know. that strikes me as boosterism, the most crassist kind. he's talking like a used car salesman there about a person's death. what do you make of that? >> he's trying to exploit this person without the person being able to say anything about it. you know, he's not -- he can't talk about personal examples such as when he was a missionary for the mormon church during vietnam, even though he supported the war, he ran away in the opposite direction. i think it's cheap politics and theatrics to make your point on the basis of someone else when you don't have anything to point in your own life, hard decisions -- even hard decisions he's made in which he can say this is where i, myself, showed some spine and courage and took on a challenge. >> no examples
the campaigns are spending the most money on tv ads. and this week four of the top five cities are in wisconsin or ohio. number five, madison, wisconsin. number four, columbus, ohio. third, cincinnati, ohio. number two, denver, colorado. and the top ad this week, green bay, wisconsin, again. so the battle is mostly in the midwest. for the first time there are no cities in virginia or florida in the top ten. at least not for now. >>> i had, i don't know, 20-something jobs before i got elected president, but this is the first time in my life i ever got to be the warm-up act for bruce springsteen. >> 45-minute warm-up act, and it was a good 45 minutes. welcome back to "hardball." 19 days to the election, and barack obama is bringing in the big guns. the big dog and the boss. two legends in their own time. they came together for a joint appearance near cleveland this afternoon, and they made the sales pitch for the president's re-election and i guess energized a lot of blue collar voters out there who love this guy, rust belt people, hoping to shore up what i call the scranton/oshkosh corridor, whe
money on tv ads. and this week four of the top five cities are in wisconsin or ohio. number five, madison, wisconsin. number four, columbus, ohio. third, cincinnati, ohio. number two, denver, colorado. and the top ad this week, green bay, wisconsin, again. so the battle is mostly in the midwest. for the first time there are no cities in virginia or florida in the top ten. at least not for now. we'll be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] start with an all new award winning car. good. now find the most hard core driver in america. that guy, put him in it. what's this? [ male announcer ] tell him he's about to find out. you're about to find out. [ male announcer ] test it. highlight the european chassis, 6 speed manual, dual exhaust, wide stance, clean lines, have him floor it, spin it, punch it, drift it, put it through its paces, is he happy? oh ya, he's happy! [ male announcer ] and that's how you test your car for fun. easy. >>> i had, i don't know, 20-something jobs before i got elected president, but this is the first time in my life i ever got to be the warm-up act for bruce
was running for re-election of mayor of new york city and three and a half years later i said i took over -- >> you're in the market now. >> the crisis it's now worse. look where unemployment is and our deficit is. >> you're doing the -- let me talk about this, real estate market's back, unemployment is down to 7.8. i admit the next one will be the crucial one that comes in, in a month. you win the party, you got the points in there, the economy is not right. debris with you. you're pro choice, i think you're open to the idea of same-sex marriage, no enemy of it. you're in a party now that is run by the people who don't believe in any of that. look at your platform and the people who write the platform like mourdock the other day that you know, even if you have a rape, the woman can't make a decision about the pregnancy. you got a guy out there says if you really weren't raped, whatever that means, then you're really not having -- like you can will your way out of a pregnancy. you have some looney soons on the right. who is the last moderate in the senator, suzanne collins, olympia snowe,
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or will another romney turn up? remember, he's been discarding the way a snake discards skin. it's ease city for him. he's been shifting gears constantly during the campaign. >> please come back, james. you're the best guest we have. this is so much about what was going on last night. it was comparing acting performances. i know our deep intellectuals don't like hearing that. so much of last night was performance. >>> when we return, let me finish with the great opportunities president obama missed in last night's debate he can still catch up on. you're watching "hardball." place for politics. and even fewer that make moms happy too. with wholesome noodles and bite sized chicken, nothing brings you together like chicken noodle soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. with thermacare heatwraps. thermacare works differently. it's the only wrap with patented heat cells that penetrate deep to relax, soothe, and unlock tight muscles. for up to 16 hours of relief, try thermacare. to relax, soothe, and unlock tight muscles. and get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. but hu
up? remember, he's been discarding the way a snake discards skin. it's ease city for him. he's been shifting gears constantly during the campaign. >> please come back, james. you're the best guest we have. this is so much about what was going on last night. it was comparing acting performances. i know our deep intellectuals don't like hearing that. so much of last night was performance. >>> when we return, let me finish with the great opportunities president obama missed in last night's debate he can still catch up on. you're watching "hardball." place for politics. [ male announcer ] if you had a dollar for every dollar car insurance companies say they'll save you by switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um" or, "no comment." then there's esurance. born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save. hassle, time, paperwork, hair-tearing-out, and yes, especially dollars. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >>> let me finish tonight with l
. >> an interesting thing, mark, back to that again, romney seemed to know it was free form. it was like a city basketball game. you know, winners get the ball. every time you make a good shot, it's not like in the nba where you have to turn the ball over. he knew if he kept shooting he could keep hitting and control the ball and the ref in this case, lehrer, tried to get the ball back and say, no, you can't have, it i want it. lehrer would say okay. how did he know it was going to be that free an opportunity to just hog the ball? >> he was like a guy in the fourth quarter that wants the ball. he wants to play and he wants to score. >> he got it. >> and i think that was from, again, watching those primary debates. you just saw over time how increasingly he would do that and he'd dominate and interject and he learned how to do that. that was a learned skill. he got his chops together and really learned how to do it and learned how to execute. >> both these guys know what they faced. obama knows he had a bad night. romney knows obama is coming in next time with a different approach. so that make
have a great surrogate team and they're on the ground in their respective cities or states. they move around. i certainly move around. you talk about deval patrick, i'm in chicago, rahm emanuel, stephanie rawlins blake in baltimore, kasim reed, the list goes on and on. we have the best candidate in president obama and vice president biden. we have the greatest surrogate team, and they're on the ground in those places where there are real people with real issues and real problems, and they're talking about the things that the president talks about, jobs and the economy, health care, education, energy, and tax reform. those are the president's themes. he's never walked away from any of those issues, and it's easier, i think quite frankly for mitt romney to have multiple positions on the same issue because he has no plans. he has no ideas. he has no proposals. he's not ready for prime time. >> okay. we've got a month to go. please spread the word among the surrogates you mentioned we are welcoming them here on "hardball," not to be afraid of me. i can be dealt with. i'm not the worst guy
he would get. new york city, a million people in what's considered a democratic state even then. a million people in downtown new york came out for nixon and lodge. these pictures are unbelievable what eisenhower was able -- can bill clinton do that in the important states of pennsylvania, ohio, florida, virginia? >> i think he can. i really do. i think clinton still has the magic with a lot of voters out there across the spectrum. it's not just in the democrat camp. there are a lot of independent voters and some republicans who admire what he did -- >> because he did the economy. >> what he did with the economy. so i think this particular clinton card is being played very judiciously by the campaign. they're going to put him out there even more so. i think it's smart. >> now, if you were romney, would you do the same thing with george w.? would you bring him into the big swing states and have giant rallies with you and george w.? would you do that. i'm just teasing. >> i don't see george bush as an anathema. >> would you bring him out for the big rallies in columbus. >> the pre
in this century would be 1.6 million marns, enough to fill the city of detroit. >> i think senator dole has richly earned his reputation as a hatchet man tonight by implying and stating that world war ii and the korean war were democratic wars. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. [ male announcer ] start with a simple idea. think. drink coffee. design something totally original. do it again. that's good. call in the engineers. call in the car guys. call in the nerds. build a prototype. mold it. shape it. love it. give it a starting price under 16 grand. uh-oh. the finance guys. you can't do that. [ male announcer ] kick out the finance guys. take it to the track. tweak. tweak. tweak. stop. take it to the car shows. call the critics. win some awards. making a groundbreaking car -- it's that easy. ♪ humans -- sometimes life trips u
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♪ there's a bigger one, if you want more space ♪ ♪ a small one if the city's your place ♪ ♪ and even one you can plug in ♪ so hop on in and give one a spin ♪ ♪ and let's hum, hum, hum, hum ♪ ♪ let's hum ♪ a prius for everyone >>> let me finish tonight with this. there's something old and bad in this campaign finish. intimidate minority voters. you've heard the words dripping from the words of republicans and their backers on the right. the glenn beck claim that obama is a racest, the rush limbaugh dirt balling, newt gingrich claiming that obama is a food stamp president, looniness about the president being an i am positive ter, some figure born in east africa to con us, a cat call and jobless numbers. romney talking about in the wisconsin the other day, saying that it should go back to kenya. now comes the news tonight of how employers are intimidating their employees in the voting republic. voter suppression, voter intimidation, racial agitation, bosses telling workers how to vote. are people actually proud of doing this kind of thing? do they believe this is the founding fa
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